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Trace Minerals In Cattle: Maternal Transfer, Fluctuations and Production Cycle Changes

Trace Minerals In Cattle: Maternal Transfer, Fluctuations and Production Cycle Changes

Trace Minerals In Cattle: Maternal Transfer, Fluctuations and Production Cycle Changes

Lourens Havenga, BVSc
Lourens Havenga, BVSc
on behalf of Missouri Veterinary Medical Association

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Launch date: 04 Feb 2020
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Last updated: 06 Aug 2020

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Description

This presentation covers the flow of trace minerals in the calf, cow, heifer, and bull. With specific reference to how it changes during the reproduction cycle, when the most important risk time periods are and highlight some of the most important negative outcomes if the risk periods are not addressed. Practical Veterinary Interventions are also discussed.

Objectives

To fully understand how and when trace mineral needs change in the breeding herd.
To be able to identify the physiological reasons for increased trace mineral needs at certain time points.
To be able to assist producers in meeting the increased trace mineral needs in the breeding herd.
Lourens Havenga, BVSc

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Lourens Havenga, BVSc
on behalf of Missouri Veterinary Medical Association

Dr Havenga received his veterinary degree from the University of Pretoria (Onderstepoort), South Africa in 1995. Following two years in bovine practice in the United Kingdom, Dr Havenga returned to South Africa and joined the pharmaceutical industry. Dr Havenga was responsible for licensing several USA animal health products for different companies in South Africa.
Since 2005 he has been working exclusively on injectable trace minerals. This includes research projects, licensing and marketing. During 2009 he relocated to Colorado from where he manages the Multimin USA Inc. company.
Dr Havenga has lead several university and private studies in the USA, generating data on the absorption, storage, function and effects on reproduction and immune function, following the use of injectable trace minerals.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Missouri Veterinary Medical Association
  • 0.25 Hours -
    Exam Attempts: 3
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    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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